If you do not have enough time to study the entire degree programme, then maybe our selection of intensive or part-time courses has something for you.
Disaster Risk Management - Theory and Application
1 September - 17 October 2014
Shelter and Settlements in Disasters
6 weeks online + 2 weeks campus
1 September - 24 October 2014
Disaster Response and Recovery
27 October - 18 December 2014
12 - 23 January 2015
Disaster Response and Coordination
2 - 27 February 2015
Geo Information in Disaster Situations
2015 dates tba.
Vulnerability and Risk Assessment Methods
2 March - 1 April 2015
Health in Emergencies and Refugee Health
7 weeks online + 2 weeks campus
13 April - 12 June 2015
We asked our graduates...
Who studies the Master of Disaster Management? Where do the graduates work? And what do they think about the programme? To find out more we made an alumni survey.
How to apply
• Master's programme:
If you do not need a residence permit you can still apply for the batch that starts in September 2014.
Admission closes in few days, so start your application today and send an e-mail to the Admissions Office (firstname.lastname@example.org) and inform them that you intend to apply to start in September.
Applicants that need a visa to enter and study in Denmark are highly encouraged to apply 1 April.
• Short courses / Online courses:
Application deadlines can be found in the top of each course description.
Want to know more?
ASK A STUDENT
If you want to know what current or former students think about the programme, then you can contact them via this website.
Combining studies with your job
The degree can be taken either as a one year full-time programme, or
part time over 2-3 years, allowing you to study and work at the same
• See how it works